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Every girl likes to take control of her wedding.
So what happens when she has no say on her big day?
-Oh, they are awful.
-We're not doing it.
-Don't Tell The Bride is back.
-This is ridiculous.
As ever, the grooms are in charge.
I want there to be a donkey at the wedding.
I'll look lovely on my big day!
But with £12,000
to spend and just three weeks to throw the wedding of their dreams...
Tell him, Oh, God I love it. SCREAM
..have the boys pushed themselves too far?
-Oh, my God.
With more shocking, more outrageous and more daredevil weddings
than ever before, will there be a happy ever after?
This is not the thing you get wrong the day before your wedding.
Will true love save the day?
Mum, what is that? Mum, what is that?
-Or is it a countdown to disaster?
-Three, two, one...
Car fanatic Wesley...
This one's my new love, my baby. Call it Leona.
..has fast and furious ideas for his big day.
We might have to get police escorts as well, you know.
But with fiancee Rena dreaming of an intimate wedding...
I cannot believe I've gone and done this. I'm such an idiot.
..what happens when a convoy of cars...
I'm looking to do a convoy, if you're available.
..become the star attraction on her big day.
You know if you mess this wedding up, Rena's gonna kill you.
With the bridesmaids speeding towards a rampage...
Let me tell you something about your man, yeah?
Do the best men become the driving force?
Or is this wedding heading for a breakdown?
It ain't happening, ain't happening. Oh, gosh.
Doesn't wanna carry on because it's not what it's not what he wanted.
22-year-old Wesley fell in love with his schoolboy crush Rena
when they were just 17.
From the time I saw her I would say that I liked her
and I thought she was hot.
But for these high school sweethearts, it wasn't exactly
love at first sight.
He had a huge afro before he cut his hair.
A massive, massive one.
And I didn't really like it at all, and then he cut it off.
And that's when I started to like you.
My mum decided from there, you two are staying together.
-Right, that's it now.
-Yeah, no more girlfriends.
The relationship soon blossomed outside of school
and three years later, Rena discovered she was pregnant.
She jumps in the car, I was like, "What's wrong, what's happened?"
She goes, "I'm pregnant." Oh my face was like, "Oh".
I was excited but scared.
To support baby Ethan, Wesley left university and took a job
with a supermarket chain, while Rena continued her studies in
I wouldn't wanna rely on anyone else,
I wanna be the one to support my own family.
Like I said, like it's the sacrifice I was willing to make.
I'd rather her go back to uni first, get her degree.
To help out, Wesley's parents invited them to live at their
home in London, where the men are outnumbered and overruled.
It's kind of a madhouse.
My three sisters, my mum and my dad.
-Are you hearing me?
-Get up, now.
And then me, Rena and Ethan.
Sadly, not all the family members were happy about this lifelong commitment.
When I found out I was pregnant I was thinking, oh my gosh,
I didn't know how I was gonna tell my family.
Not being married and having a baby is a big thing in my culture,
When I spoke to my dad, I think he was more upset that I wasn't married
and that I hadn't finished studying and I had a lot to achieve.
I think it's really difficult for him to come to terms with that,
so yeah, hasn't spoken to me since having Ethan.
After all she's been through, Wesley's determined to prove
to Rena that he's in this relationship for the long haul,
and on her 21st birthday, he had his proposal all wrapped up.
We went around the house on my birthday
and found all these presents and there was only 20 presents
and then he made me play pass the parcel
and it was my engagement ring and then he proposed to me.
Headstrong Rena plans on starting married life
the way she means to go on.
No, eat it.
She can be kind of scary, man.
Your car's not priority right now.
It's actually motorbikes.
I don't care if it's motorbikes or cars.
She doesn't beat around the bush with anything,
so if she doesn't like your hair or what you're wearing or
anything like that, she'll tell you straightaway.
She's proper, proper stubborn.
Living with five strong women, the men in this family have their
own ways of staying out of trouble.
Listen to reggae music in a dubwise fashion.
Even baby Ethan's no stranger to that end of the garden.
I'm a quiet guy, simple there. Very easy going, relaxed.
I'm the person who does all the domestic stuff.
-I don't mind that, though.
-I do the washing, the cleaning,
I make the food, take you food upstairs, give you your drink.
-I like calm.
-He'll go sit in the car and chill out a bit.
But Wesley doesn't just escape to his car to chill out, there's
a little more to it than that.
This one's my new love, my baby. Call her Leona.
Wesley loves cars, whether it's buying them, fixing them or
-just being near them.
-All he cares about is cars.
Changed the exhaust, made it from two and a half inch to three inch.
When he gets into it, like he'll buy a new car part
and he's out there for hours and it just really frustrates me.
-Spending that much time on a car.
-It's worth it.
Changed up the steering wheel, got a nice green one.
The cars is a getaway time for me. I like to modify cars.
I like to be different that way. I like my car to stand out.
When he found out we were having a boy, he was just so excited.
"I'm going to teach him how to drive cars!"
I was like, "He's not even born yet and you're already teaching him
"to drive a car!" And Ethan loves cars now.
He might know a lot about cars, but Wesley will really have to
get his brain into gear to plan the biggest day of Rena's life,
especially when Rena knows exactly what she wants for her wedding.
I'd like something small with the people that are really important to us.
Rena may want a small wedding, but Wesley wants to make a statement...
a big statement.
Going to be big, it's going to be amazing,
it's going to be something to remember, right.
She won't forget it.
Wesley desperately wants the best for Rena
and he has her best interests at heart.
I wanna somehow like get a mix of like traditional Indian wedding
with the big music, the Indian dancers kind of thing,
big decorations that they have.
Nice, bright and colourful.
But Rena's got very different ideas.
I think I'm quite picky in terms of how things look,
in terms of like elegance and stuff.
I don't want it to look tacky.
I think, having like these bright colours everywhere, for me,
I just don't think it'll work.
And there's one thing a Wesley wedding just couldn't be without.
Like a nice long convoy of modified cars to follow our wedding car.
I want people in the street to be stopping and looking,
like, what's going on here.
Kind of, that's my concept. I wanna turn heads.
I try to do that with my car, so why not do it with the wedding?
An expert in modifying cars, Wesley is planning to go
full throttle when it comes to wedding planning.
I feel confident in my ideas about it
and my ability to actually go out and organise it...
And if he gets it wrong...
He just has to remember that you're spending the rest of your life
with me and I will make it hell.
It's time for Rena to say goodbye.
This will be the first time Wesley and Rena have been apart
since becoming parents.
-You be a good boy.
-Give Mummy a kiss.
Not wanting to disrupt life for their son, the couple decide
that baby Ethan will remain at home,
but Rena's staying with a friend nearby,
so she will still see him every day.
For an anxious Rena, it's a final chance to give Wesley
some gentle words of advice.
Do not screw it up, I'm telling you.
It's your dream, so I ain't screwing up nothing.
I hope so.
Oh, Ethie! Give me one more kiss.
The next time Wesley will see Rena will be on their wedding day.
Say bye, Mummy!
Did you say bye to Mummy?
That's fine. You get to see her tomorrow, I don't.
Right, see, that's why you're not bothered.
Look at him, all smiley.
She might not have any say in her wedding, but right now,
leaving her son is the only thing on Rena's mind.
Just the fact of not being able to wake up in the night
and give him his bottle and stuff, that'll be hard.
But, yeah, I will miss him a lot.
Hopefully my friends will keep me company
and make sure I'm doing all right.
Rena's staying just around the corner with bridesmaids
Hayley and Nicole.
Oh, bless yer.
Are you scared about what he's going to do?
I don't know what he'll do.
I think he will either really screw it up or do really, really well.
If he messes up, he's going to have three crazy chicks on his back.
-Obviously, he's going to pick things that he likes.
-That means cars.
I forgot about the cars. This is gonna be a long...
Let's hope it's going to be good, cos seriously, I'm doing
all of this and then he completely screws it up, I'll kill him.
-So will I.
-So will I.
I'll absolutely kill him.
The message is loud and clear.
In his mission to give Rena the best possible wedding, he's requested
the help of two best men, who happen to share his creative drive.
21-year-old Seb and 22-year-old Umsey,
who've been watching Wesley's back since high school.
Seb and Umsey, they are pretty much a double act.
-They're crazy together.
-That's what I'm most worried about.
They will think of the most craziest ideas and he will just
bounce off those ideas and just make it 100 times bigger and worse.
Time to get down to business.
Shall we do a toast?
-Seb, I can't really reach.
-The boys are back.
-You seem too confident for me, and it scares me.
-What do you mean?
-You're not nervous at all.
What's the point being nervous, bro?
-You've just got to get on and do it, innit?
-You think you've run weddings
-before, you think you know...
-Have you planned a wedding before?
I ain't planned no wedding before.
-Have you, Seb?
-I've never planned one. I turn up at weddings.
-Just get allocated a seat. I sit down, I say,
"Oh, she looks nice in that dress."
It's not long before the conversation turns to their
Is it going to be like a lot of cars involved?
I'm hoping so. I'm looking to get like a massive convoy.
Beamers, Mercs, even little like Saxos.
Going to get maybe some hot rods there, muscle cars.
OK, so you're looking to have about, what,
15 modified cars race up and turn up...
-Come through, park up.
-..and then you come through in your car.
-It's like his whole entourage is coming with him, innit?
-That's it, bro.
-I've got you.
-like that one.
-Yeah, that definitely could work.
You know if you mess this up, Rena's going to kill you?
I ain't messing wedding up. That ain't going to happen.
-Rena will kill you if you mess it up.
-It won't happen, bro.
-Are you 100% sure?
Fuelled with ideas, the boys head off to find a wedding venue
to fit their 120 guests, plus a convoy of cars.
THEY SING TO THE RADIO
The first pit stop for our petrolhead groom is historic
Strawberry Hill House in Southwest London.
This famous 19th century landmark
holds both wedding ceremonies and receptions.
Better still, it looks like you could fit a lot of cars
up that driveway.
-Damn, this place is nice.
-One, man, one.
This looks like a Disney film.
-This is perfect for the cars to pull up.
Definitely see the cars being lined up along there.
I can see it, your Lambos, your Rolls, your everything.
-Have my Rolls-Royce here.
The Lambos, the R8s, the Beamers, everything.
You might have to get police escorts as well, you know.
-No joke, man, I was looking at that last night.
-What, police escorts?
Blue lights. Motorbikes blocking up the T-junction and all that.
Wow, nothing says wedding like motorbikes blocking up a T-junction.
-This is the one, folks.
-This is the one.
Confident with their choice of location for the convoy -
sorry, wedding, the boys wheel themselves away
from the driveway and into the ceremony room.
-It's looking nice, bro.
-Yeah, it's different, innit?
And then you have got the option of going
next door into the Waldegrave Suite.
Looks pretty good, but there's still just one thing on Wesley's mind.
Would it be all right to have a row of cars going round,
for the guests to come, get in and leave?
And move? Yeah, that's absolutely fine.
The turning span's quite small, so you don't want big buses
or anything like that, but that would be fine, yeah.
Actually, do you think a Lambo would fit through that gate?
It should be all right, innit? I really like it.
Get a nice vibe off of it. Could see the wedding happening here, definitely.
With enough space to hold his convoy of 15 cars,
Wesley is about to make his first big decision.
-But Wesley lives with his mum...
-..And mother wants a say.
Yes, Mum. We've found the place that I really like.
Mum, if you see the place, it looks amazing.
What was that? You lot are loving this, innit?
-What's your mum say?
-One second. Yes, Mum.
-No, you're not Googling this now, Mum. I've got to go.
No, it's just, I wanna get off the phone, sorry.
All right, I'll give you a call back, yeah? Bye.
Well, Mum approves at least.
Time to seal the deal.
But there's a problem, and they're standing on it.
The floor was actually made in 1862, so whilst we have no restrictions
on footwear at all, I think dancing on it is a little bit unfair.
They prefer it if you don't dance, so we can respect the floor.
What do you mean, respect floor?
This is a reception. Who doesn't dance at their wedding?
-What are we supposed to do, one-two step?
-Who does one-two step at a wedding?
-Well, no, that's too much for them.
What is this? So strange, man.
Well, look at it from a positive side, innit, yeah?
You found a place where you can get married.
Yeah. I'm loving that.
-But we can't dance.
-But we can't dance.
So that's the other bit, so now we need to find a place after.
But the main thing is, I can see Ethan running around,
I can see Rena crying, like out of happiness.
Yeah, I can see Rena crying, saying, "Oh, my gosh,
-"I didn't think Wesley had it in him."
-Little did she know, he had it in him.
Right now I'm thinking, just book that for the ceremony.
Feeling it, Wes, yeah?
-Let me see a smile.
-Bye-bye. Take care.
It may not work for the reception,
but it does have a lovely driveway,
and so Wesley books his ceremony room for £1,500.
THEY SING TOGETHER
Hey, Wesley, what do you do?
While the boys celebrate, Rena and bridesmaid Siobhan
have been reunited with baby Ethan.
Oh, boo-boo. Hello, my darling!
Give Nanna some.
Oh, what are you laughing at? Are you laughing at Siobhan?
It's only been two days and I really wanna go home. It's really hard.
I'm ready to go home now.
But, it will be worth it, I hope.
Rena knows exactly what would make it all worth it,
and with not a car in sight.
Hi, I'm Rachel. Nice to meet you, welcome to Kew.
She's come to Kew Gardens in west London
-to show the bridesmaids her dream venue.
-This is so pretty.
Oh, I love it.
It's really grand as well.
As the sun sets, they put the fairy lights on.
And then they have, like, nice flowers going around it
with the fairy lights in it, so you can't really see the wiring,
cos that'll annoy me.
-It's the details, isn't it?
-Like, I'm talking to the tee.
She knows exactly what she wants!
You really do.
Wesley also knows exactly what he wants.
He may not have a venue for the reception yet, but he's not
going to let a little detail like that distract him from the
most important thing.
His dream convoy.
Now he just needs to find some super cars for it,
so the boys are heading to the world famous Ace Cafe
in North London, the petrolhead's Shangri-la.
This is, yeah, like my second home. This is my little relaxing spot.
Come out, check out the cars, get some nice pictures
and then go back home to the madhouse after.
Look how different it is! SHE GASPS
But back at the botanical gardens, Rena's proving the old saying that
people in glass houses probably don't want a convoy of cars
ploughing through their wedding.
You can have drinks all around here?
Yeah, so champagne and canapes flowing around.
You OK, Rena?
Oh, man, reality's kicking in.
It actually is now.
I cannot believe I've gone and done this. I'm such an idiot,
cos he's going to completely screw this up.
Back at Ace Cafe, the boys are spoiled for choice with
pimped-up cars aplenty.
What kind of car do you fancy?
I'm liking the variety of Beamers that they've got in here today.
There's quite a few of them.
Now, all Wesley has to do is convince some of them
to come to the wedding.
Trouble is, he doesn't actually know these people.
I'm looking to do a convoy. If you're available, I'd love to have you down.
Obviously you're invited to the wedding as well. Welcome to come and have some food, have some drinks.
Want to put on like a little car show, like a little event.
-Just give me a shout, yeah?
All right, lovely.
I wanted to see if you'd be down to come down to the wedding,
-show off the car a little bit.
-Yeah, yeah, definitely.
How many cars have you got in total now?
One, two, three, four, five.
In total we've got about nine cars.
So far, yeah.
And, just like that, Wesley pads out his guest list
with nine random people he's just met outside a cafe in North London.
Let's hope they show up!
Go get Ethan, left him with the mum, so make a move?
Sweet, let's go, yeah, yeah.
It's the beginning of week two, and the boys still need
a reception venue where people can dance.
Wesley's pinning his hopes on a hotel conference room
a short drive away from the ceremony venue,
also perfect for his convoy of cars.
This is the Thames View Suite.
This is really good.
I love this. I love that view as well, I love that.
But Wesley has one major concern. You guessed it.
We've got quite a few nice cars that are going to be coming down,
a couple of Lamborghinis, Porsches and stuff like that,
so, if it's all right, can they be lined up like round the front?
Yeah, that's fine.
It will allow cars and dancing,
and Wesley's quite taken with the place itself.
It's just nice, it's more than nice, it's... I'm lost for words, man.
I've never really been lost for words this whole time, until I saw this.
Wesley shells out £5,000
for his dream wedding reception plus catering.
Added to the £1,500 he's spent on his ceremony venue,
he's blown half of his budget already.
It's lucky his all-important convoy cars won't be costing him a penny.
It's the middle of the second week, and still hoping for a small,
intimate wedding, Rena has brought Hayley, Nicole and Josie
to Ealing, to show them her dream wedding dress.
Hello, nice to meet you.
Did you have any dresses you had in mind?
-I've been looking at, like, A-line dresses.
Being brought up in an Indian culture, I'm used to seeing
the red traditional dresses that they have,
so seeing people with white wedding dresses and stuff,
I just think they're beautiful and I'd really, really like to get one,
so I've been really into it for quite a while.
So, white wedding outfit, yes, red sari, no.
And hoping to give Rena her dream dress, Wesley's headed for...
a sari shop.
Sari? I can show you some.
But Wesley has bigger plans than just getting a sari.
I've budgeted a grand for Rena.
-So you're going to give her two dresses?
What, one for the reception...?
-One for the reception, one for the ceremony.
So, a sari for the reception and a white Western wedding dress
for the ceremony.
Talk about making it hard for yourself.
Could we get someone to try on this one and then that white one as well?
-All right, that's sweet.
-Do you want to just wrap it round me?
-I don't mind. Yeah, OK.
If you want to. Come on, fam, take one for the team, bro.
-Yeah, yeah, yeah.
-I make a good bride, don't I?
-You do, man.
-That's what it'll be like, right?
Yeah, I like that. I really like that, yeah.
I think she should wear them more often.
But Rena wants a dress she'll only wear once...
Need a help, just give me a shout.
-..on the most important day of her life.
-Just suck me in.
I'm dreading the day she goes and tries on her dress.
I just hope there's many dresses that suit her.
Have you got faith in Wes?
-I was gonna say! I don't.
-I was trying to sound positive.
Oh, my God, Rena,
you look too pretty!
Pretty, isn't it?
Oh, my days, it's beautiful.
I love it. You look stunning.
I'm going to cry in a minute.
Ha, and you said you wouldn't cry!
-What have you done to us?!
This is actually really depressing, because I'm not getting this dress.
-How much is it?
He ain't going to buy me a £1,600 dress.
Oh, no, this is really bad.
I don't know what I'm going to do.
He won't think, "White wedding dress."
Silence, I don't even know what to say.
Oh, he's thinking "white", all right, it's just that
he's the one who'll be wearing it.
It's nice, you know, I like this, I like it.
-It's nice, blingy.
Oh, you wouldn't want to get engine grease on that, make a right mess.
-You like that hat, innit?
-No, that's a bit...
Wesley's spent £175 on his own outfit,
but he still needs to choose one for Rena.
-So, in true Wesley style,
he just asks some random strangers.
Can you get a picture of all three of us?
This is embarrassing, and you know, this actually suits you, bro?
Yeah, it does, bro. That one looks good on you, though.
-Come on, then.
-And your hair looks nice, bro.
Yeah, yeah, yeah, could you imagine...? THEY LAUGH
Wesley budgeted £1,000 for both Rena's wedding dresses,
and he's spent £400 on the traditional Indian outfit.
Yeah, that was a good shopping trip.
But with Rena dreaming of a dress costing over a grand and a half,
will his 600 be enough?
So, do you know any styles you'd like to go for, for your bride, Wes?
Er...no. Something simple but elegant.
Do you want some lace or satin?
Satin is this kind.
It's very elegant.
-That actually does look nice as well.
-That's actually beautiful.
Look at that first one.
So is that a potential?
Yeah, I guess. Actually, what's the price range of these?
This one's £1,450.
This dress is £1,199.
And this one's £1,480.
I think all of those might have to go back on the rack.
-Is it out of budget?
-That's way out of budget.
What were you looking to spend?
I was thinking more around like the 600 mark.
We might have something close to that price range,
something like this.
Very simple, very elegant.
All of a sudden that looks really good, you know.
-All of a sudden looks really good!
You know, it's similar to 'em, yeah.
You don't have the flowers, you've got the lace in this one.
I'm just wondering, yeah,
do you think we've done the right thing by buying the other dress?
-Right, how much is this one?
This one is £800.
He's got a point.
-It's your way.
It's the wedding dress, innit?
It has to be done right, innit?
-At the end of the day, we've got to get it.
Yeah, I like that one.
Yeah, I think we're going to go with this one.
We are going to go with this one.
We are, yeah.
Cos if I get it wrong, then it's on you two's head as well now.
Rena chose an ornate ivory embroidered lace gown
with a sweetheart neckline.
Wesley's gone for a plain white satin dress costing half as much.
After spending another £360 on outfits for the boys,
by the middle of the second week, Wesley's spent almost three-quarters
of his budget on venues and clothing.
It's time to rein in the spends.
First port of call is to his auntie, to help with the cake.
These lot are going to come round and give you a hand
-if you need it as well.
We've got the wrist action. Right? Grr!
And it's off to Southall Market for the bridesmaids' dresses.
Two smalls or one small?
Well, you've got to give us that motto, though, cheap-cheap.
And lastly, matching accessories for the bridesmaids.
You can give a good price on this, yeah?
All right, how good?
You'll look after me now then, yeah? I can see the goodness in you.
£100 lighter and the bridesmaids are sorted.
Look at Wesley, he's got a smile on his face today.
I'm happy, I'm happy again. bro.
It's week three and the day of the hen do, but Rena has been
told to leave the house, because the girls are about to receive
their bridesmaid dresses.
If I don't like this dress, there will be a problem. A big one.
And when they do arrive, there is a big problem.
I'm not happy, I'm not impressed at all,
-This won't fit me!
-I can't wear this!
It's too big for my body!
Wesley is going to get...real talk, it ain't happening.
Yeah, I told you I was gonna wile out today and it's happening.
This ain't happening.
Can we try them on at least?
We have to try them on.
Right, girls, we make anything look sexy, let's do this.
I don't even think I can make this look sexy.
And I'm hot.
Luckily, Wesley's mum's arrived to restore some sanity.
-It's too big!
-This is a joke.
You look gorgeous, I don't know what you're moaning for.
Red is the one colour she didn't want.
She might have just lost her bridesmaid.
I don't think they're bad. I think they're nice
and you lot need to focus on Rena.
Don't go upsetting her with it.
It's only three days left.
You don't want her turning into a crazy woman.
Not a great start to the day of the hen, and the stag's about to
kick off, where else but a garage?
-We've got a little something to tell you.
You know that you're one of them
-guys that'd be underneath the engine fixing stuff?
-So we booked us all in for a spa.
-We're going to get your eyebrows done,
facial, waxing, the whole works.
Oh, I don't know about waxing, man.
Back, sack and crack.
Finally reunited with Rena, the bridesmaids are on their way
to the hen, but the Bollywood drama over their dresses has left
at least one of them reeling.
-I hate it.
-I absolutely hate it.
I don't want to wear it. I want to scream the place down.
-Is it really that bad?
-Wesley's mum to the rescue again.
Tell them it's your day. It's not about them, focus on you.
I want everyone to be comfortable.
But if that means...
If the dress literally does not fit you, then obviously you
cannot wear it, what are you going to walk down the aisle?
That'll ruin my photos.
That sounded really bad!
As the bridesmaids get closer to their secret destination,
the guessing games begin.
He's taking us to a fricking forest!
So annoying, I hate it!
Where's he going to turn to? There's nowhere to turn!
He already pissed me off once today, he better not do it again.
Arriving at an adventure centre is not what the girls had in
mind for a hen do.
Let me tell you something about your man.
You'll hear some words from me.
Can I wear a tutu? Let me put it on.
I love you but you need to re-evaluate the situation.
It's my hen do. When you have yours, you'll be all right!
They gave us wellies!
I'm not wearing wellies!
I need a drink right now, yeah?
Across town at the beauty parlour, the boys are getting in touch
with their sensitive sides.
It's a monster truck.
How do we get up on that?
Oh, my God, that's insane, look at it.
So if you haven't already guessed,
this is what you're going to be driving today.
Good old-fashioned American monster truck.
Do they have hydraulics?
-Unfortunately not, no.
Yeah, a hen do planned by Wesley just had to involve cars.
Oh, my God, this is so high!
Or, in this case, massive truck-type car crushers.
It's like a bus, you really don't know where it's going.
With the men, it's moved onto massages and manicures,
and not for the first time.
How does it feel to get your nails done?
-It feels cool.
-You ever had it done before?
Their love is unbreakable, they've been together since school.
He's more quiet, humble. If there's something upset him,
he'll just keep it to himself.
-But Rena's the type of person that...
-To let it all out.
Yeah, she'll scream and shout. # And let it all out. #
And scream and shout they certainly do.
Thankfully, the monster trucks have gone down a storm.
That was awesome!
-Well done, Wes.
-Yeah, well done, Wes.
You've restored my faith again.
Refreshed after their face pack and pampering, the boys hit the town.
Hey, what's the plan tonight? Right, get Wesley smashed.
-Wesley, you're not going to remember tonight.
Today is your last night of freedom.
THEY LAUGH All right!
While Wesley goes full-throttle on his night out, the bridesmaids
-will have to slow down...
..for a sharp turn to the east.
Wesley has sent me to do your bridal henna for you.
Oh, henna, wicked!
Wesley's arranged for henna, the traditional Indian bridal
decoration, in a nod to Rena's heritage.
Is it just hands?
You're all getting it done. Hands and feet.
Oh, wicked, cool.
I did not expect this.
But "subtle" is not in Wesley's dictionary.
He wants the full works, he wants the full arms.
Full arms, well, what's full arms?
Yeah, yeah, he wants it to come like...
..yeah, basic full sleeves. He wants traditional full bridal make-up.
So it looks like Rena will be henna-tastic for the wedding day.
Back on the stag, it seems Rena's well and truly made her mark
on Wesley, too.
Anybody caught your eye?
-What you mean no?
-Rena's not here.
You haven't seen how many girls are out there?
Wes, you might find a new wife, mate. Wes, come here, man.
Wesley, if you're a bad boy, you'll get here.
-I ain't a bad boy.
-If you're a bad boy, get here.
If Rena hasn't got you on smash, get here right now.
I'm on smash, blood.
Hey, Wesley! That's not the Wesley we know.
When me and Rena were in school, we were, like,
where we think we're at now is
so different to what we thought we were going to be at back then.
Like, I probably thought that you would more than likely be
with an Asian guy, cos that was what she was into
and stuff like that, that was her type.
But it turned out she's marrying a black guy, a West Indian guy.
It really goes to show, doesn't it?
You just don't know where life's going to take you.
THEY CHANT AND SING
It's the morning after, and Wesley's not exactly firing on all cylinders.
Woke up with a dirty headache, dirty hangover, so...
Yeah, it was a good night, very good night.
Luckily for him, Wesley's little helpers have not been idle.
As I was out on my stag do last night, I had my two workers
here making invitations, my lovely auntie and my mum.
Thank you, thank you, thank you.
There's lots of things left to do, so Wesley hits the shops to
buy the all-important wedding shoes.
Yeah, how much is it? All right, all right, how much is it?
They're going to have a problem with them stiletto things, like, everything's a stiletto.
Does the shoe matter that much?
-Go with something proper basic like that.
-If Rena sees a nice dress and a dead shoe...
-It's not a dead shoe, brother, it will go with the dress.
-That's a dead shoe.
-What about something like that?
-That's actually quit nice.
Yeah, it is nice, but that's what I'm saying.
Cos it's black here, it doesn't matter.
If this was black and this was white then you could say no.
I think we've found a winner here.
Yeah, final choice, yeah?
Let's go over, man. It's shoes, it's not that important.
Let's hope so.
One tick of your box, mate.
Onto the next box.
Rena's hair and make-up.
With hair... ..we can do that full with make-up.
Yeah, we can do that.
-I know how to do that.
I worked on Mac and Bobby Brown and Yves St Laurent, I know how to do that.
It's like, think of Rena as your car. Your car is black
and green at the moment, you chose that colour cos they match.
You're not going to put green alloys on a red car, are you?
So it's like Rena, she's going to be in a white dress,
you need to match the make-up to her.
You can't go and put, I don't know, brown on.
Do you think I think like that, bro?
Yeah, but that's what you need to think like.
-That's why I've got you here.
-Think really your car, simple. Let's modify Rena.
It's the day before the wedding.
I'm so scared. You don't understand!
Wesley's planned to keep Rena's Indian-style outfit a surprise for
the big day, so she's about to try on her Western-style white dress.
I'm worried about the dress, to be honest. I'm absolutely freaking out.
Like, on the train I was swaying back and forth like a crazy woman, so I don't know.
-Yeah, I need it.
Rena's dream dress cost £1,600, but Wesley chose a much cheaper one
to make way for a second Indian outfit.
-So, this is your dress.
-Are you ready to see it?
-No but...I've no choice now.
Oh gosh! OK. Yeah, I'm ready.
How do you feel, seeing the dress now?
Er...I think I like it.
-I don't know. You know what? I'm actually quite shocked.
-Ready to try on?
-Yeah, let's try it on.
I've got the feeling, like in my belly, like...
ooh. It's coming.
It's been, like, a three-week build-up to the dress.
It's not about the wedding, it's about the dress.
-The dress, yeah. That's more important. Well, not more important...
-No, it is.
If she doesn't like it, she'll be like, "I'm not wearing it,
"I'm not going to the wedding. I don't care, it's not happening."
-She'll probably cry.
-She'll probably walk out.
We'll have to call Wesley. Yeah, she will walk out.
RENA'S FRIENDS GASP
-Do you like it?
-I didn't expect something like this, to be honest.
And it's something that you don't need a lot of jewellery for.
It looks nice. Er...
he could have picked worse.
I do like it - it's just a bit too big down here.
Actually, let's see the back.
I don't like the back.
The material is not a material I would choose but, yeah, OK.
Not exactly overwhelmed, then!
Maybe the unimportant shoes will turn things around.
-Wesley got you this.
Why are they black? But why are they black?
-Got black on it.
-It's Wesley, innit? I don't know.
I don't like the shoes.
I don't like the shoes. I think I could speak for all of us
when we say we don't agree on the shoes.
-Who brings shoes in a Morrisons bag?
-Black and white shoes.
The dress is nice, but the shoes have completely ruined it. I don't know what to do with them.
-Then you're not wearing them.
-I'm not wearing them - I'll go barefoot.
Time to call Wesley and stick the boot in.
-The shoes. Really?!
What do you mean, really? They look banging.
-And it's black.
-And they're awful.
You know what? I ain't got time for this. I got to speak to you lot later.
-What do you mean? She's not wearing them!
-She's not wearing them!
-Nah, nah, nah, nah, you're not listening. Nah, nah, nah, nah, bye.
-I've got stuff to do. Bye.
-Oh, my God!
I can't believe he just did that. Is he serious?
-They hate them.
-Whose? Which shoes?
-The shoes, innit?
-They hate them?
-They hate the shoes?
Who, me? Are you mad? Who chose the shoes?
-Hello. Wes, listen, your wife-to-be...
Listen, I can't talk to all of you lot at one time, yeah?
Talk to me properly, but one of you.
-Why's he being rude?
-Wes, I'm talking to you now, OK? Rena's refusing to wear the shoes.
All right, I'll sort it. I'll have to sort something out.
-All right, then.
-All right. Bye.
With the bridesmaids taking control, Wesley's been brought to heel.
He will fix it. He will fix it. He knows he has to fix it, cos he cannot take all of us at one time.
He knows he has to fix it. Don't worry about it.
I thought you knew Rena, nah?
-Shut up, bro.
-I thought you knew Rena.
You know what they complained about most? The black in them.
-They won't see it.
-That's what I'm saying.
-You're going to have to deal with it. We chose it.
-We ain't got time to change stuff.
Bruv, we'll sort out everything else first.
At the end of the day, she's got shoes.
The actual dress is beautiful and I like the fact that he thought
about the fact that I don't like my arms, so he got me a nice shawl.
So, yeah, he did a good job
but he didn't need to be rude, to be honest.
-I'm actually shocked with how he's just spoken to us.
-I'm very disappointed. I don't think...
I mean, cool, you're under pressure - Groomzilla or whatever -
-Breathe it out and speak properly.
-The rudeness - unacceptable.
We'll have to have words after this wedding.
But back at home, shoes are the last thing on Wesley's mind,
because he's got car trouble.
On the eve of his big day, planned entirely around a convoy of cars,
Wesley's just got news that, due to a big car show in Southampton,
none of the cars he invited at Ace Cafe can make the ceremony.
-Look, talk to me.
-No, bro, I need a bit, just...
-Take a few minutes out?
All right, cool.
It's the night before the wedding and his big idea's fallen through.
We don't even know what to do - we're struggling.
Like, we intended on having a lot of these Fast And Furious-style cars
turn up and have a large convoy and, yeah,
like, now we've received a phone call saying that they can't make it.
It's making Wesley feel like he doesn't want to carry on,
because it's not what he wanted.
I wanted the cars to be a major part in it and now,
being told that they can't make it, like...
Wesley trawls the internet, desperately trying to find
anyone willing to bring a half-decent car to the wedding.
Ah, man, I don't know who to ask.
As night falls, Wesley has no idea
if his car convoy is full speed ahead
or if this wedding is about to crash and burn.
It's the morning of the wedding and, unaware of Wesley's convoy calamity,
the girls have a calamity of their own.
I need my cigarettes. I'm getting really panicked.
It's, like, what time? And my hair's not done.
Wesley has given bridesmaid Siobhan instructions
to do the bridal make-up - but she's nowhere to be seen.
Can you call her and say, "Where the hell are you?"
I am kind of worried that Siobhan's not here to do my make-up
-and, as a bridesmaid, she should be here.
-Rena wants you.
Hello? Listen, you do realise you're doing my make-up, innit?
Come on. Daddy's going to marry Mummy today.
Across town, the boys are busy decorating the reception venue.
Wesley still has no idea if any cars will actually turn up for his convoy -
but if he's nervous, he doesn't show it.
You've got to be calm in a time like this.
cos if I'm running around panicking, I won't get it done.
Over at Hayley's house, bridesmaid Siobhan has finally turned up.
I was supposed to be here two hours ago
but better later than never, huh?
Time to see what Wesley has in store.
He wants her to have cheekbones, bronzer, mascara.
He wants you to look like that chick, basically, which is really out of order.
At the wedding venue, the guests have already started to arrive.
Hello, Auntie, you all right? Mwah!
Yeah, nerves started to kick in a little bit, just a little bit.
Feel good about myself and I feel good knowing that I've got
those two boys helping me out whenever I need them.
It's been a long few weeks. It's been good.
Meanwhile, an anxious Rena is about to see the bridesmaids' dresses.
I'm actually freaking out, I'm really worried.
Cos if they're horrible, then that means the wedding will be horrible, isn't it?
-Are you ready for us?
-I'm really not ready.
What the BLEEP is that?
The colour, I'm a bit like, "Huh?" I didn't expect that.
-I told you!
-What is it, Indian outfits?
You best love us for the rest of your life, I'm telling you, yeah?
-Are you leaving it like that?
-With all his car issues the night before,
Wesley's neglected to change the shoes.
They're not wedding shoes.
They're not wedding shoes, but I think I will wear it for Wesley.
And with everybody ready, now it's only the locals they're holding up.
-Are you actually serious?
Go, go, go, go, go, you have to go, go, go.
-HORN BEEPS Shut up!
-We're going! Just give us a minute.
Can't you see what's going on? Like, really?
Since Rena's immediate family aren't attending the wedding,
she's travelling with best friend Siobhan.
So, normally you'd be in here with your dad.
Yeah. That's true, but I've got to respect...
-..their decision and their wishes.
-And they have to respect you.
-Yeah. It's all right. Known you for long enough.
-Known you practically all my life.
-I'm your mum and your dad.
Yeah, you're the bestest friend ever.
I think you just need to be really grateful that you've gone from
not even knowing where or how you was going to even be with Wesley
to your wedding day, marrying Wesley.
Yeah, I find that really insane, actually.
Coming up to five years and we've been through a hell of a lot,
but in the end I'm actually sitting here in a wedding dress.
That is amazing.
At the venue, everything is in place.
Shall we say a little prayer?
All right. The people here are the people that care about you most.
And for the people that didn't show up, you're going to miss one hell of a wedding.
Yeah. So let's do that.
-Turn over, yeah?
Outside, the bridal car has arrived.
-Oh, my God.
-Oh, my God.
Oh, my God.
-How did he find this place?
I'm going to start crying.
Oh, don't cry, don't cry.
Please stand for the arrival of the bride.
After three long weeks apart, the wait is over
and it's time for Rena and Wesley to take their vows.
I, Wesley Jonas Matthew...
..do take thee, Rena Grall...
..do take thee, Rena Grall...
..to be my lawful wedded wife.
..to be my lawful wedded wife.
I, Rena Grall...
-..do take thee...
-..do take thee...
-..Wesley Jonas Matthew...
-..Wesley Jonas Matthew...
...to be my lawful wedded husband.
...to be my "law-thal"... Lawful wedded husband.
-Did you saw "lawful"?
-Yeah, lawful, I promise.
Rena, I give you this ring
as a sign of my abiding love and devotion.
Wesley, I give you this ring. Wear it with happiness and pride...
-Now and always.
-Now and always.
It is therefore my pleasure to declare
that you are now husband and wife.
And you may kiss the bride!
CHEERING AND APPLAUSE
CHEERING AND APPLAUSE
He has done...an excellent job.
This place is beautiful!
-I love it.
They look so suited, don't they?
-Two peas in a pod?
Top banana. Show, show, show, show.
-OK, what's the show?
-This is the show.
We're not going to take some credit, we're taking all credit.
I didn't think he could pull it off, but he's done really well.
Rena's happy, we're happy, everyone seems happy.
The sun's shining. Let's just see what we've got to go on to,
cos I'm sure there's still a few more surprises.
And the next one is waiting for Rena on the driveway.
-Oh! No way!
After Wesley's frantic plea for help,
a couple of drivers from Ace Cafe have saved the day.
That's a dream right there, man. To have this line-up is like, yeah, it's just perfect.
It's exactly what I wanted. Thank you so much for coming. Thank you. Thank you.
It should be me sitting in there, not her.
Rena's fallen for husband Wesley and the cars.
I'll drive it away in a second.
Even mum's in a spin.
Huh. My new ride!
Everyone's revved up and having a good time.
Wesley might prefer to stay here for the rest of the day,
but he's got a wedding to get on with.
Against all the odds, Wesley's got his convoy,
even if it is only three cars long.
-He came from Southampton.
-To come today.
-Oh, that's lovely of him.
-That's what I'm saying,
-I've got nothing but love for him, cos he is...
-So did you miss me?
-Of course, I missed you.
-Yeah, I missed you.
This is what I wanted. Look at the people just staring, man.
The newly-married couple have arrived in supercar style.
But what will Rena and her bridesmaids
make of Wesley's wedding reception theme, if indeed there is a theme.
Wow! It's impressive!
-Well done, Wes!
-Oh, no, that's not funny!
That's really rude, I'm pulling him by his leg and there's a car there.
There's no actual Indian theme to it.
There's no theme to it, apart from us.
-It's quite plain.
-It's just flowers and chairs.
Maybe the theme will become more obvious
when Rena sees her evening outfit.
Oh, my God!
-Look at it!
-I love this.
-That's really nice!
-That is beautiful!
Smells like India.
I genuinely hate red...but I'll wear it for Wesley.
Even the boys are following suit.
And with some traditional Indian entertainment,
it looks as though Wesley's wedding fusion of India with super cars
has been a roaring success.
CHEERING AND APPLAUSE
First of all, my wife and I would like to thank everyone...
CHEERING AND APPLAUSE
Biggest thank you comes to Rena for making me the happiest man in the world. Thank you.
CHEERING AND APPLAUSE
Do you want me to take over?
If you don't know, my name's Umsey and this is Seb
and we're actually Wes' side men or his best men.
Best Men, right?
Wesley, I'm happy for you, because obviously he was the class geek.
Oi! Nah, nah, nah, nah, nah!
He's a different guy today.
He looks different too.
He wore glasses for a very long time.
Today, I had to beg him to take them off.
Now he's photogenic.
But a beautiful bride and a handsome groom.
-Three, two, one.
-To the bride and the groom.
And the boys make good use of that dance floor.
I just can't believe that three guys,
especially two crazy ones and a quiet one,
could plan something like this.
I can't even explain how happy I am right now.
I am so happy with everything,
Not even just the wedding, just...just you in general.
You're just an amazing person and you really, really make sure
that me and Ethan are always happy
and we...we are always well looked after, so thank you very much.
All right, don't gloat, your head's already growing.
I'm going to be bigheaded. You're going to have to deal with me for quite a while, man.
I've just realised that now I'm going to have to deal with you cos you've done such a good job.
Any time I do something wrong, "I planned your wedding though."
Next time, thrill seeker Craig plans an adrenaline-filled wedding
for his country girl bride-to-be.
You may kiss the bride. Bang!
But with Ellie hoping for a more grounded day...
I dread to think what he might be thinking.
..what happens when a skydive and a bungee jump take centre stage?
Oh, my God!
Can Craig get his head out of the clouds
and pull off the most heart-stopping wedding?
-Or has he stretched himself too far?
Are we getting married at some point?